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The gales have gone but blizzards are on their way back! Britain braced for return of the big freeze with up to four inches of snow due this weekend
Thursday, February 7th 2013, 5:33 PM EST
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Large parts of the UK could be hit with four inches of snow this weekend.

Despite many areas waking to yet more snow this morning following another freezing night across the UK, forecasters warned that worse is to come.

Weather experts say 'heavy' snow will fall across Scotland and eastern parts of England, especially the north-east, throughout Sunday afternoon and night. Gareth Harvey, a forecaster for MeteoGroup, said: 'The next few days will only see a few light snow flurries affecting mountains in Wales and Scotland and the Pennines, in northern England, while temperatures will stay cold.

'The weather will change on Sunday when a front coming in from the west meets cold air.

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